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'm jamie kol bee. it's great to have you here. rick santorum and mitt romney, running neck and neck in the buckeye state it was the closest race since the first contest in iowa. >> what is amaze is that rick santorum two weeks ago, had an 18-point lead in the state of ohio. it circumstancey vanished. it simply vanished. >> interesting to see how many people turned out for each candidate. we want to take a look at the other super tuesday states for you. mitt romney has won his home state of massachusetts. really, gregg, no surprise on massachusetts. we are showing that now because he was the governor there. it was a race that wasn't considered that competitive. but it is a win, nonetheless. romney also won vermont, a state that none of the g.o.p. candidates visited, still important. it's a state where they had new rules for the first time, that required a majority win or the result would be a proportionate delegate award. and former governor romney claiming victory in virginia. remember this controversy, gregg? only romney and congressman ron paul met the requirements necessary to ap
romney's money hasn't been able to achieve because ideas matter. [cheers and applause] the reagan tradition of visionary conserveatism was based on proverb and it is very deep belief that without vision, the people perish. and i believe teawe need a visionary leader who is prepared to talk about a dramatically better future with dramatically more job, dramatically more energy and a much safer and stronger america. i think that's the key to winning this fall, want all this petty baloney, but the really big choices. as i went around both states talking about $2.50 gasoline, having the elite media saying, no, that's not possible. on saturday, "the wall street journal," there is a piece, newt gingrich is right about gasoline. he walked through step by step why it was possible. and the fact is, it is very possible. [cheers and applause] and then, yesterday steven moore, reporter in the wall street journal, these numbers are so amazing and the fact that i am willing to talk about substance is what make this is campaign different from other camr campaigns and is the reason we are going t
am asking for to you pledge your support at mitt get online. we need your voice and your vote in this campaign. i am asking to you join in the fight for our freedom and insure that tomorrow will be better than today. let's go forward together and restore the promise of america, together. let's fight for the america we love. thank you and god bless this great land. god bless the united states of america. thank you, guys! >> megyn: mitt romney at his campaign headquarters tonight in boston, massachusetts, a state he won handily, over 70%. and you can see the adoration of the crowd there that has showed up to celebrate that victory. governor romney, being introduced as he often is by his wife, ann, who came out and talked about what women care about in this country, saying it's jobs that has been in the news, virtually every day for the past week, on other subjects. she is saying that women care about jobs, the debt, entitlement debt. i want to clarify something we heard earlier that governor romney and senator santorum had not called each other, saying there was nothing to
that end its for us from illinois. mitt romney in first place tonight. but let not your heart be troubled. we will be back tomorrow night on twitter. greta's next. >> it's on to louisiana. governor romney is celebrating. but in four days in louisiana, romney's rivals get a chance to throw a road block. brit hume is here and eric kantor is here. he wants to you co-sponsor the legislation. remember the old-school honor system? stephen chu grades himself on gas prices. that's in minutes. but fir, the latest from bret baier. >>> mitt romney is the winner, beating rick santorum in the land of lincoln. neither newt gingrich nor ron paul made much of an effort here. >> after years of too many apologies and not enough job, historic drops in income and historic highs in gas prices, a president who doesn't hesitate to use all the means necessary to force through obamacare on the american public, but leads from behind in the world, it's time to say these words, this word -- enough! [cheers and applause] >> we have had enough. >> more coming up at the bottom of the hour and a full hour at
is on the ballot. but only ron paul and mitt romney vote there. and then have you caucuses in states like north dakota, alaska and north eastern states, massachusetts, vermont, where governor romney is expected to do well. there is something for everyone. caucuses, primaries and lots of delegates and lots of opportunities. >> so a cliff hanger, in my sense on tuesday -- ohio for senator rick santorum and also speaker gingrich in georgeia. >> those are must wins. if rick santorum will win in ohio, he is leading in the polls and that's an opportunity for him to make an argument that he is the candidate who can take on mitt romney and barack obama. he had the opportunity in wisconsin, didn't get it done. ohio is a chance fora i do-over. for speaker gingrich, georgia is a must win. if he can't wane win, there is no rationale. and he has to win and dominate and have a spillover effect in the other southern states and do very well in tennessee and oklahoma to make an argument that you belong as a top-tier candidate. >> what a heartbreak for senator santorum and gingrich not on the virginia ballot. th
santorum appears to be leading and may be pulling away from newt gingrich and mitt romney in alabama. as you look at the raw vote. a win for santorum would asad to the momentum of the victory in kansas, 47 delegates are in albammasm we are watching closely, exit polls and raw vote inform mississippi, they are all fighting it out. all three. there are 37 delegateses in mississippi, very tight. loots take a look at the exit polls. nearly half of the voters in alabama says it means it's a great deal that the candidate shares their religious belief. santorum got the highest vote of that group. all were asked, which candidate is most likely to defeat obama. half said romney, santorrum and gingrich split the other half. we will break in for any calls. a full 11:00 p.m. eesh hour and we head back to greta and "on the record." >> right now, candidate for president, rick santorum is here by phone. good evening. we have not called alabama. tell me your thoughts as the votes are being counted in alabama and mississippi? >> i just want to thank the folk who is were just tremendous results tonigh
greta's next. >> it's on to louisiana. governor romney is celebrating. but in four days in louisiana, romney's rivals get a chance to throw a road block. brit hume is here and eric kantor is here. he wants to you co-sponsor the legislation. remember the old-school honor system? stephen chu grades himself on >> from america's news headquarters, i'm ainsley earhardt. mitt romney scoring an easy win in the g.o.p. riprimary, finishing 12% ahead of rival, rick santorum. the win was expected with the massachusetts governor outspending rick santorum 17-1. the santorum campaign is looking ahead to the louisiana primary on saturday, hoping to capitalize on his strength in other southern states. the lawyer for the u.s. soldier accused of gunning down 16 afghan civilians is planning to travel to afghanistan. robert bales' attorney says there is no evidence and he wants to gather his own evidence. bales is being held in kansas, awaiting charges on the march 11 massacre. back to "on the record." for all of your headlines gto rod -- >> now mitt romney wins big in illinois
are up. what if? if governor romney has a big night, that may be the end of the whole story. he secures pretty much and headed toward the nomination. if speaker gingrich wins georgia and if he wins tennessee, does it change things? >> first of all. let's define what a big night is. we're going to have lots of definitions. i think there is a chance tomorrow night, every chance that romney could come out with a strong plurality of delegates that are up for grabs and in the contest last saturday in washington state and coming saturday in wyoming. i think there is a chance he could come out with a majority. if he wins a strong plurality or majority of the delegates and at least half the contests, half that are up tomorrow night or half from last saturday to next saturday and the others are all split up, this could be very strong point in the campaign. speaker gingrich in my opinion has to win georgia but also got to win elsewhere in the country, only other places he has a chance to win are oklahoma and tennessee. if he does, then he becomes a regional candidate. if he doesn't, he becomes a
wall street crowd which is his was created i think on the basis that romney was going to be the republican nominee, romney is wall street so you have obama's band out there occupy wall street set up to oppose romney. wall street blamed for all of the ills in the economy like the sub prime mortgage problem. the sub prime mortgage problem which is the root of the economic disaster we are in was strictly created by government. it was a plan designed as barney frank had said affordable housing. put people in homes who couldn't afford them. loan the money knowing they can't pay it back. bill clinton started it and jimmy carter and janet reno and anand and andrew como. they come up with creative ways to make it something of value by creating mortgage backed securities this they sen sell to an unsuspecting bunch of dupes down the line. the whole thing blew up and that is where we are. wall street had nothing to do with it. they are a convenient enemy. obama likes to talk about wall street tricked people into coming in and getting these -- wall street didn't trick anybody. the
to talk about issues rather than talk about mitt romney providing a vision for america. >> sean: we're out of time. have a great weekend. >> greta: tonight the flight from hell. a flight attendant freaks out an american flight 2332. she really loses it. she takes to the interest com saying the plane will crash and talking about 9/11. you'll see it. you'll hear it directly from the passengers who grabbed the unstable attendant. and will speaker gingrich stay or will he go. they are asking that very question. if he loses alabama and mississippi will he fall out? find out. governor christie, he is at it again. >> let me tell you after you graduate w from wall street you are going to get thrown in jail. >> that is the constituent calling him. why? and target of christie sharp tongue, but right now here is donald trump. >> nice to talk to you. >> hello, greta. >> 8.3 unemployment, 227,000 more jobs. donald trump will be happy with that. twitter account, unemployment 9.1% -- real numbers could be 21%. >> people stop looking for jobs think take them out of numbers. what you are looking at is not
and congressional races. i think it's ridiculous. some of the polls i see have mitt romney leading. soe for him to make that statement. he is not a great one. this is not the smartest guy out there. i've watched this for years. i have watched predictions he's made, many winning predictions and negative force for the republican party. >> greta: something makes me think you don't like george will? >> but you are not going to win the presidency. republicans have a very good chance especially when they get their act together and get one candidate. one candidate should be mitt romney. at some point they are going to have to get together and have a candidate because they keep fighting each other they are not fighting obama. obama is very, very vulnerable and oil is going to make him more vulnerable. >> greta: is he vulnerable if the job numbers continue to look better, if gas prices don't soar and if the unemployment levels, but doesn't that make his position more secure than less secure? >> absolutely. it makes him more secure. it's not easy to beat an incumbent president. it's not easy to beat some
, governor mitt romney took michigan and arizona by a landslide but that was last night. already the g.o.p. candidates are turning to the next ten states, setting their sights on big prize of super tuesday. that is 419 delegates. newt gingrich banking on the south to keep his campaign alive. fred thompson hitting the campaign trail with speaker gingrich. >> i think we're in the tipping point in this country in a bad way. when you have a debt that is big as the entire economy of the country which is three or four european countries in worse shape than we are, you have a serious problem. you have a president who intent not doing anything about it but demagogue go anybody that tries to do anything about it. he is trying to divide the american people. you got a serious situation on your hands. >> greta: in 2008, senator thompson ran for president himself. nice to see you. i take it you miss running? >> no, i don't. been there, done that. >> greta: speaker newt gingrich. some of the candidates have a lot in common. all want to get rid of healthcare so i'm curious, your candidate, newt gingr
of occupy wall street was created i think on the basis that romney was going to be the republican nominee, ghetto bam ma's band out there occupy wall street. wall street blamed for all of these ills in the economy. like the sub prime mortgage which is the root of the economic disaster was strictly created government. it was a plan designed barney frank said affordable housing put people in homes that don couldn't afford them. andrew cuomo forced lending institutions to make these mortgag mortgages. the lending insurance taugss are holding worthless paper they come up with ways to turn the paper into creating mortgage backed securities for budget dupes down the line. that kept happening until there was nobody left to buy them. the whole thing blah up and it is where we are. wall street had nothing to do with it. wall street tricked people into coming in and getting these loans. they were told. they were ordered by the government to make these loans in fairness stop red lining. liberalism was given every problem we are facing in this country without exception. weather liberals are dumb and
., to apologize, and b.; to help suppress it. >> greta: let me turn to the campaign. the romney campaign super pac has been running an ad, one of the clips quotes you from a 1986 speech in which you're quoted as saying that president reagan is clearly failing. that's a sound bite. i am curious if there is more to the story or not? >> you know... the romney campaign's level of dishonesty is really sad for somebody who wants to be president. everybody who has studied that period knows i was a very loyal ally of president reagan. the ambassador in charge of strategic communications, the highest ranking woman in the white house has written an article and said these things are total fabrication, they are deliberately taking things out of context. i was on the side of the president, fighting the republican establishment, which did not want him to say, mr. gorbachev, tear down this wall. the republican establishment did not want him to call the soviet union an evil emscpier wondered why he was so fixatessed on defeating the soviet union. it's sad to watch somebody run for president, with a continuing pat
of elizabeth hasselbeck. romney picks up a new endorsement. who is it. he is a comedian and he is smarter than a fifth grader. and civil rights or plain politics, justice department makes its move. they are smoking mad. that is coming up but first, former speaker of the house newt gingrich joins us. good evening? >> how are you? >> greta: very well. tough news, bloody rampage in afghanistan. 16 dead. nine children end the age of two. three women shot in the head. should we get out of afghanistan now? >> think i we're going to have to get out of afghanistan because we won't be able to solve the problems. i think it's tragic what happened. we have to be committed to justice and we have to be committed to finding out exactly what happened. i think we have to express condolences and pay some sort of come pen ig saying. we are dedicated protecting the innocent. it is the opposite, hamas, hezbollah, al-qaeda, taliban model which is to kill the innocent and we have to live up to our values. >> greta: you say we have to get out soon. my blog, it's 90% say get out now. not that is scientific. people wa
the excitement gap that we might have with romney. >>> and we need it from virginia. >> guys, it is good to see you. thank you for being with us . the vetting of obama continues. greta is next. see you tomorrow night. >> tonight now is that rivalry or racism. a victory chant is sparking a national uproar and students are facing punishment. bill mauer using bad word toz grade knem. that convorcey -- controversy is heating up. senator mccain is here in just minutes . former speaker of the house newt gingrich. >> nice to see you, sir. >> good to see you. >> i want to talk about 2.50 gallon and your ad. do you, is there any question in your mind that president obama would like to see the gas prices come down. is there any question in your mind he wants them. >> only for the purpose of reelection . he is a committed liberal and like his secretary of energy, he would like to see european level of gas prices of 9 or 10 dollars a gallon. he was clear that he would like to bankrupt anyone who builds a new coal utility. chu admitted he doesn't have a car. it is secretary of anti-energy
had people up there for months, governor romney had everybody in the establishment up there. no one gave us a chance. we pulled out 40% of the vote. i am looking at places where our message is able to get through. ohio was a great state for us. the fact that we hung in there in spite of the pounding just shows us that our message is resonating. once we believe we can get down this race, eventually to where it's me against governor romney, i like my chances a lot of. >> greta: you think this would be a different race or that it's incons quential, had the iowa race, had the night that the caucus ended, you be declared the winner, instead of waiting 10 days. do you think that has any impact or that's incons quental at this point? >> the answer is that, of course, the narrative was set, governor romney was on this historic roll and unbeatable. and that certainly helped him in new hampshire, but it helped him there and finished second in iowa and that's finishing second, not first. you don't get the bump, even though it was only 8 votes, it was 8 votes! and the recount showed it was the
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